NFL week two is near enough in the books with only Monday Night Football between the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles to go tonight.
The action from Sunday night was exceptional as always and we were treated to some real highlight plays.
So what better way to see all the best bits than in one place, right here. Without further ado, here are the five best catches and runs from week two. Scroll down to watch.
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Top 5 Catches
Coming in at number five, CJ Anderson's one-handed grab was a lesson for any young receiver about technique and skill when a ball is behind you, while Amari Cooper just showed off his superior athleticism to hang in the air and haul in that ball from Derek Carr.
Andre Johnson rolled back the years as he cruised in at number three, catching what would be the game-winner as the Titans beat the Detroit Lions. And it was on fourth down, how clutch can you get!
Kelvin Benjamin's juggling grab showed why he is considered one of the best young wideouts in the league and Victor Cruz claimed a deserving number one after catching a contested ball that led to the Giants win over the Saints at MetLife.
Top 5 Runs
The best runs were just as good, with Dak Prescott kicking things off with his scramble for the score against the Redskins defense. Number four saw another rumble for a TD but Tevin Coleman of the Falcons had to fight through a lot more defenders to reach the endzone.
Ameer Abdullah was somehow only number three despite juking a Titans defender out of his damn cleats on a 24-yard play. Number two came from that same game, as DeMarco Murray showed what he can do with a 67-yard burst that completely changed field position.
Number one? Well that would be Isaiah Crowell of the Cleveland Browns, who left the entire Ravens D in the dust on his way to a 85-yard touchdown. That is some speed. Fear the Crow.